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Hossam el-Hamalawy: Egypt: strikes shake US ally

2089

1

23.2.08

 

Tens of thousands of workers challenge dictator

 

Yuri Prasad: Musharraf humiliated in Pakistan assembly vote

2089

2

23.2.08

 

In a blow to US-backed dictators the world over, voters in Pakistan have decisively rejected the country’s president Pervez Musharraf and his crackdown on the county’s democratic institutions.

 

Figures on the Iraq occupation

2089

2

23.2.08

 

4.4% – The portion of Iraq’s national budget that is being spent on reconstruction
12,000 – The number of Iraq’s 34,000 doctors that have now fled into exile
- and much more ...

 

‘Dodgy dossier’ draft reveals war lies

2089

2

23.2.08

 

The government was forced this week to release an initial draft of the infamous “dodgy dossier” that was used to justify the 2003 attack on Iraq.

 

Ken Olende: Aid and development: Inequality blights African lives, says Save the Children

2089

2

23.2.08

 

George Bush visited five African countries last week to promote the alleged benefits of US aid. But at the same time the charity Save the Children has issued a report that exposes the truth behind his boasts.

 

Bahrain builders down their tools

2089

2

23.2.08

 

A wave of strikes and occupations is sweeping the Gulf state of Bahrain. In the latest strike construction workers downed tools and refused to leave their labour camp.

 

Andrew Burgin: Stop the War: a mass movement to celebrate and defend

2089

3

23.2.08

 

The 15 February 2003 demonstration reminds us of the strength of the anti-war movement and shows the importance of the upcoming 15 March protest.

 

Alex Callinicos: Putin’s 'cold war' paranoia is grounded in reality

2089

4

23.2.08

 

Russia’s president Vladimir Putin recently threatened to target nuclear missiles on Ukraine if it joined the “missile defence system” that the US is trying to build in central and eastern Europe. The US state department responded by denouncing Putin’s threat as “reprehensible rhetoric”.

 

Chris Bambery: Kosovo’s breakaway will inflame 'cold war' tensions

2089

4

23.2.08

 

The US, Britain, France, Germany and Italy have rushed to recognise last Sunday’s unilateral declaration of independence from Serbia made by the parliament in Kosovo. This move can only inflame ethnic tension in the region.

 

Charlie Kimber: China’s role in Darfur does not excuse US crimes

2089

4

23.2.08

 

Film director Steven Spielberg has won wide praise for his decision to withdraw as artistic adviser to the 2008 Olympics in protest at China’s role in the Darfur conflict.

 

New eco-towns will help wreck planet

2089

5

23.2.08

 

The government is set to announce the development of ten new “eco-towns”, which it says will help fight the danger of climate chaos.
But far from helping save the planet, the plans threaten further damage while handing over even more power to large corporations.

 

Beatrice Leal: Rosa Luxemburg: The tragedy of Germany’s failed revolution

2089

6

23.2.08

 

In the last part of our series on Rosa Luxemburg, Beatrice Leal looks at how the end of the First World War brought revolution, but also betrayal by some on the left

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Internet ruling is civil rights victory

2089

6

23.2.08

 

Civil rights campaigners have welcomed last week’s decision by the appeal court to overturn the convictions of five young Muslims who were jailed under anti-terrorism laws simply for downloading material from the internet.

 

Respect builds new local roots and creditable votes in by-elections

2089

6

23.2.08

 

Respect campaigners gained creditable results in two council by-elections in Waltham Forest, east London, and Preston on Thursday of last week.

 

Esme Choonara: Alex Wheatle remembers 'stop and search' and Brixton’s anger

2089

8

23.2.08

 

Esme Choonara spoke to novelist Alex Wheatle about the racism and intimidation young black people faced in the 1980s, and the problems they face today

 

Esme Choonara: Dirty South: 'Young people in Brixton are not stereotypes'

2089

8

23.2.08

 

Novelist Alex Wheatle talks about his new book

 

Images of uprising in Brixton 1981

2089

8

23.2.08

 

Simon Basketter: Paul Robeson Collection: Flawed attempts to bring black pride to the screen

2089

11

23.2.08

 

A new collection of the films of black singer and actor Paul Robeson are a reminder of the racism in the industry in the 1930s.

 

Nina Power: The Selfish Capitalist: Origins of Affluenza by Oliver James: Why are we all miserable under capitalism?

2089

11

23.2.08

 

Perhaps the most surprising thing about this book from psychologist and media personality Oliver James is the title. For a mainstream publication to even acknowledge the existence of capitalism, let alone criticise it, is something of rarity.

 

Kris Stewart: Football – can we have our ball back please?

2089

12

23.2.08

 

The Premier League’s plan for “Game 39” is the latest stage of football club owners’ search for profits and dominance.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Culture, commerce and class society

2089

13

23.2.08

 

Art can portray inspiring ideas that challenge society, but it cannot be removed from a political and economic context.

 

Simon Basketter: 20,000 to strike over single status in Birmingham

2089

16

23.2.08

 

The battle for equal and fair pay in local government is coming to a head in Birmingham council.

 

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